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KYO SCN126
KYO SCN126

Japanese Antique 2 Panel Silk Screen of Maple Tree

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KYO SCN126More Details
A pretty color small 2 panel screen collected at Japanese auction. Hand painted maple tree on silk screen.
The signature reads Bokuyoutei Hakushi.
Circa late Meiji- Taisho era (early 1900s)
Hinges have been repaired.

Size: W 4' 6 1/3" (138cm), H 4' (128cm)
Location: Kyoto warehouse

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KYO SCN121
KYO SCN121

Late Edo Period (19th Century) Japanese Antique Cherry Blossom & Bird Screen by Sasaki Senkei (unknown - 1848)
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KYO SCN121More Details
Dynamic large 6-panel screen of fully bloomed Cherry tree and Japanese birds around the blossoms. Speckled gold depicts thick morning dew of the spring.
The signature reads Hokkyo Senkei. It is a work of Sasaki Senkei (unknown - 1848.) He was born in Kaga (current Ishikawa prefecture), studied painting under Tsurusawa Tansaku and Tansen in Kyoto. After that, he went back to Kaga, to become an in-house painter for The Maeda Family, the feudal lord of Kaga; and was given the name "Hokkyo Senkei" from the lord.

Hand painted on paper.

Size: W 12' (366cm), H 5'6" (167cm)
Location: Kyoto warehouse
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KYO SCN110
KYO SCN110

Japanese Antique Iris Makura Byobu (Pillow Screen)
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A master piece low 6-panel Makura Byobu (pillow screen.) Hand painted Iris on silk. Hinges are little bit loose, and they will be repaird.
Painting is in good condition.
Circa 19th Century.
Signature reads Setsuzan.

Size: W 9'5" (287cm), H 14" (36cm)
Location: Kyoto warehosue
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KYO OKI076
KYO OKI076

Japanese Antique Ceramic Maneki Neko
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Beautiful Antique Kutani kiln hand made Maneki Neko. Signed by artist at the bottom.
The Maneki Neko (literally "beckoning cat") is one of the most common lucky charms in Japan. Found frequently in shop windows, the Maneki Neko sits with its paw raised and bent, as if beckoning customers to enter.
Unlike those mass produced Maneki-neko, this is a one of a kind cat by Kutani kiln artist. The face is made more realistically and it is wearing the Kutani design apron with gold.

It is in Excellent condition.

Size: Hight 12" (30cm), W 6"(16cm), D 6.5" (17cm).

Location: Kyoto warehouse
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KYO GAR076
KYO GAR076

Japanese Stone Oribe Style Lantern
Meiji/Taisho/Early Showa/ Anywhere between 1868-1940
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KYO GAR076More Details
A small Granite stone Oribe Lantern.

Oribe style lanterns were invented by a tea master Furuta Oribe in the 16th century to be used to light up the gardens surrounding the tea huts.
There is a small carving of Jizo-Bosatsu (a praying monk) on the bottom piece which was also said that hidden christians secretly worshipped the image as the Christ or the Virgin Mary when the government banned Christianity. Therefore it is also referred as Maria Lantern or Christian Lantern.

The base is directly planted in the ground, and a square canopy topped with the jewel form (houju).

Size (as planted in the ground) : H 3'5" (104cm), Canopy piece 13"x13" (33cmx33cm)
+ approx. 6-8" (15-20cm) buried in the ground.

Location: Kyoto Warehouse
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